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Forum Julii =Cividale Gisulf, nep Bew of Alboin, first Duke Boundaries of the duchy Duke Grasulf I : correspondence with Childebert Duke Gisulf II : reconciliation with Agilulf 6 10 (1) Avar invasion : death of Gisulf, siege of Forum Julii Grimwald's escape from the Avar Story of the ancestors of Paulus Diaconus . Later history of Benevento 571-591 Zotto, first Duke .... 591-641 Arichia second Duke Note on Ariohis as tutor to the young Princes of Friuli ..... Factumque est, et annuente sibi rege quas obtaverat (sic) Langobardorum praecipuas prosapias ut cum eo habitarent accepit. Poposcit quoque a rege generosarum equarum greges, et m hoc quoque liberalitate principis exauditus est' (H. ' As there was the seat of a bishopric at Belluno, we may perhaps conjecturally place the residence of a Lombard duke at that city, ruling the valley of the upper Piave, and possibly part of the valley of the Brenta (see Pabst, p. formation vouchsafed to us by Paulus as to the earliest '—^ history of the duchy of Friuli is less complete than ruiera of that which he gives us as to the neighbouring duchy ^ "" ^' of Trient ; an inferiority which is all the more notice- able since the Lombard historian saw in Friuli the cradle of his own race.

501-653 Theudelap, third Duke : his aqueduct 653-663 Atto, fourth Duke .... Ecclesiastical notices of the Lombards of Spoleto in the Dialogues of Gregory the Great .... Qui Gisulfus non prius se regimen ejusdem civitatis et populi suscepturum edixit, nisi ei quas ipse eligere voluisset Langobardorum faros (hoc est genera- tiones vel lineas) tribueret. Behind these men, in the recesses of Pannonia, roamed their yet more barbarous lords, the Asiatic Avars, the fear of whose terrible raids lay for centuries as a nightmare upon Europe. 45 For a reason which will shortly be stated, the in- book vii.

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Limits of Accordinof to Malfatti (whose guidance I am here the Duchy p „ . toiiowmg), wheu the Lombards first entered this region (probably in the year 569), and established themselves there under the rule of their duke Euin (or Evin), they took possession of the central valley of the Adige, about as far northward as the Mansio of Euna (represented by the modern town of Neumarkt), and southward to a point not far from the present Austro-Italian frontier, where the mountains are just beginning to slope do Mm to the Lombard plain 1. The short valley of the Fersina, of course, went book vii. As has been said, Malfatti fixes it in the earliest period at Euna. The inhabitants, who had surrendered the town, seem to have been considered traitors to their Lombard lords, and a Lombard count named Ragilo, who (under Euin, doubtless) ruled the long Val Lagarina south of Trient, coming upon Anagnis in the absence of the Franks, re- took the town and plundered its citizens. In the Campus Rotalianus, the meadow plain at the confluence of the Noce and the Adige '■', Chramnichis met Ragilo returning with his booty, and slew him, with a great number of his followers. * Called Chenus in the Byzantine letter to Childebert, apud Troya, iv. The position of Maletum is uncertain, but it was probably at Male, in the Val di Sole ^. teresting and picturesque cities of the Venetian main- land.

In order, therefore, to describe the territory of the Duchy of Trient under the Lom- bards, we have only to enumerate the chief valleys of which it was composed. The boundary to the north is that which is most difficult to determine. 302) brings down the date of this invasion to 584, but I hardly think he shows sufiicient 28 The Four Great Duchies : Trient. The Franks captured the town of Anagnis (' above 111— Trient, on the confines of Italy ^ '), which seems to be reasonably identified with Nano in the Val di Non. Tesana and Sermiana (Tiseno and Sirmian) are placed on the right bank of the Adige, some ten or twelve miles south of Meran. Radwald, GRIMWALD, Appa, | Gaila, duke of Bene- born circa 590, Two other ventum, duke of Beneventum, daughters. Though now shorn of some Present of its old glory, Cividale is still one of the most in- of^ci'vi. 678-579- Scultenna {Panaro), battle of, between Eotharl and the Komans of Ravenna, vi.

' Roman Emperor joined forces for the destruction of the unspeakable Lombards. Pro Ferruge vero castro intercedentibus episcopis Inge- nuino de Savione et Agnello de Tridento data est redemptio per capud \sic\ uniuscuj usque viri solidus unus usque ad solidos sex- centos.' Paulus then with a few connecting words resumes the extract from Gregory. Gaidwald, perhaps not a member of Euin's family^, but who is spoken of as ' a good man and a Catholic' With peace, and probably some measure of prosperity, the relations between the Lombards and the Eomano- ^ See Greg. " The words of Paulus, ' diatus est eidem loco dux Gaidoaldus,' sound as if he had no hereditary claim to succeed Euin. All that we know is that the joyful year 603, perhaps the very Eastertide which witnessed the baptism of Theude- linda's son in the basilica of Monza, saw also the reconciliation of Gaidwald and his brother duke with Agilulf 1. If we are to take 'hoc anno ' precisely, and as referring to what goes before, the death of the Emperor Maurice, the reconciliation of the two dukes must be dated in 602. Ursus, an ivory slab about six inches by three, representing the Crucifixion and set in a s Uver-g Ht frame, which used to be handed to strangers to kiss, in token of peace ^ ; and many other valuable relics of antiquity. Bethmann, on the curious signatures scattered over this MS. The Sun is represented as a young woman, the Moon as a stern old man • a curious evidence of Teutonic influence on symbolic axt. 41 is most important for our present purpose is the bookvii. This is an enormous sar- '-^ cophagus, which, when opened, was found to contain 'Tomba a skeleton, a gold breast-plate, the golden boss of a shield, a sword, a dagger, the end of a lance, and a pair of silver spurs.

marked his steps, and after concluding a peace with the Imperialists for one year, he returned to his king at Pavia, bearing vast spoils ^- The next Frankish invasion of the Tridentine duchy Frankish f A 1 1 •■ -\ i^ 1 invasion was m 590, the year 01 Authari s death, when, as we under have already seen ^, the Austrasian king and the ggo. Haec omnia castra cuirf diruta essent a Francis, cives universi ab eis ducti sunt captivi. n T-i ■ T 1 Gaidwald, invasion that Duke Eum died, and was succeeded by 595. 3 for the ravages committed by the Frankish troops in their own territoiy. How long this estrangement may have lasted, or in what overt acts it may have borne fruit, we cannot say. The museum of Cividale is rich in objects of interest ; a Roman inscription of the end of the second century making mention of Colonia Forojuliensis ; a very early codex of the Four Gospels, with autographs of Theudelinda and other illustrious personages of the Middle Ages ^ ; the Pax of St. ' On this ' Pax ' the sun and moon are represented (probably as veiling their faces at the sight of the Cmcifixion).

Horses also were needed, that their riders might scour the Venetian plain and bring swift tidings of the advance of a foe ; and accordingly Gisulf better, have remained on the north of the Alps as fix his seat at Julium Carnicum. The frontier line between them is drawn by some down the broad and stony valley of the Tagliamento, by others at the smaller stream of the Livenza^. Schlosser (' Geschichte der Bilderstiir- menden Kaiser '), vi.